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1 2014 Annual Report New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services 80 South Swan Street, Albany, New York

2 2014 LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY ACCREDITATION COUNCIL Chief Michael Ranalli, Chairman Glenville Town Police Department Chief Michael Biasotti New Windsor Town Police Department Superintendent Joseph D Amico New York State Police Sergeant Louis Dini Suffolk County Police Department Deputy Erin Fuller Orleans County Sheriff s Office Chairman James Hoffman Wayne County Board of Supervisors Commissioner William Bratton New York City Police Department Chief Charles Koenig Ballston Spa Village Police Department Sheriff Gary Maha Genesee County Sheriff s Office Sheriff Philip Povero Ontario County Sheriff s Office Mayor Louis Rosamilia City of Troy Chief Margaret Ryan Dryden Village Police Department Supervisor Edmond J. Theobald Town of Manlius Sheriff Kevin Walsh Onondaga County Sheriff s Office Mr. Richard Wells Police Conference of New York Dr. Robert Worden Associate Professor, University at Albany

3 INTRODUCTION The New York State Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Program was established in 1989 with the goal of promoting professionalism, efficiency and effectiveness in the law enforcement community. Executive Law Article 36, 846-h created the Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Council (the Council), the governing body responsible for approving program standards, awarding accreditation and generally overseeing the direction of the program. The accompanying New York State Rules and Regulations (Part 6035) designated the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Service (DCJS) as responsible for administering the program. PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (LEAP) provides agencies with a method for developing and adhering to the highest standards of professionalism, efficiency, and effectiveness within the field of law enforcement and to provide formal recognition of that excellence. Accreditation requires that law enforcement agencies develop and implement policies and procedures to meet the program s 133 standards: 69 are related to agency administration, 52 to operations and 12 to training. A Certificate of Accreditation is awarded to agencies that have met or exceeded those standards. There are a number of state and private law enforcement accreditation programs throughout the country, but New York s is one of the few that impose no fees or costs on participating agencies. Law enforcement administrators who wish to participate in this voluntary program complete an application indicating their intent to work toward accreditation and sign a participation agreement that outlines the responsibilities of the applicant agency, the Council and DCJS. Policies and procedures are then developed to align with the program standards. Agencies spend an average of six to 18 months preparing for accreditation, depending on the amount of staff time devoted to the project and the number of policies that must be revised and/or developed. Once an agency has completed the steps necessary for accreditation, it is subject to an assessment to determine if the agency has complied with all of the program standards. Assessments are conducted on-site at the law enforcement agency and generally consist of three assessors who spend three days reviewing the agency s program files, conducting interviews and making observations about the agency s compliance with the program standards. All LEAP assessors are familiar with and committed to the integrity of the program. Approved assessors have worked for at least five years within a New York State accredited law enforcement agency and have been directly involved in either the management or oversight of the accreditation program within that agency. Assessors attend a day-long training workshop and receive additional training by working with experienced assessors. Agencies that have achieved accreditation consistently cite the benefits of the program to the agency. Administrators of accredited agencies state that preparing for and participating in accreditation ensures: the agency routinely reviews existing policies and procedures with an eye toward expanding and strengthening them, where applicable; the agency s directives and practices are always current and consistent with law; 2

4 personnel remain adequately trained and informed of agency practices; and gaps in agency operations are identified, addressed, and corrected in a timely manner. Certificates of Accreditation are awarded to agencies that meet or exceed all of the established standards. Agencies are accredited for a period of five years, during which time they must continue to maintain compliance with all program standards. All accredited agencies must submit an Annual Compliance Survey, which is a progress report intended to ensure that any lapses in compliance are immediately identified and remedied. Agencies that apply to become reaccredited undergo another full assessment approximately three months before their five-year period of accreditation is due to expire. THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY ACCREDITATION COUNCIL The Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Council (the Council) is the governing body for the program. The Council establishes program standards, adopts policies that determine how the program is administered and has the exclusive authority to award accreditation to an agency. Executive Law 846-h, subsection 2 (a) (i) through (xii), requires that the Council membership consist of: (i.) Three incumbent sheriffs of the state; (ii.) Three incumbent chiefs of police; (iii.) One incumbent deputy sheriff; (iv.) One incumbent police officer; (v.) The superintendent of state police; (vi.) The commissioner of police of the city of New York; (vii.) One incumbent chief executive officer of a county of the state; (viii.) One incumbent mayor of a city or village of the state; (ix.) One incumbent chief executive officer of a town of the state; (x.) One member of a statewide labor organization representing police officers as that term is defined in subdivision thirty-four of section 1.20 of the criminal procedure law; (xi.) One full-time faculty member of a college or university who teaches in the area of criminal justice or police science; and (xii.) Two members appointed pursuant to subparagraph (ix) of paragraph (c) of this subdivision 1. The composition of the council ensures that law enforcement professionals have influence over both the direction and oversight of the program. Council members are nominated by the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police (3); New York State Sheriffs Association (3); the Deputy Sheriff s Association (1); police labor organizations (2); Association of Towns (1); Conference of Mayors (1); Association of Counties (1); the New York State Senate and Assembly (1 each); and the academic community (1). Finally, the Superintendent of the New York State Police and Commissioner of the New York City Police Department are ex-officio 1 One appointment each by the Senate and Assembly. 3

5 members of the council. All council appointments, with the exception of the ex-officio members, are made by the Governor. In 2014, Sergeant Louis Dini of the Suffolk County Police Department joined the Council and two other members resigned as a result of retirement: Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin Walsh had served as a member for 18 years and New Windsor Police Chief Michael Biasotti had served as a member for three years. There are presently three vacancies on the Council: representatives nominated by the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police, the New York State Sheriff s Association and the New York State Assembly. Efforts are underway to obtain nominations to fill these vacancies to ensure that the 17-member council is adequately represented by all appropriate stakeholders. THE DCJS OFFICE OF PUBLIC SAFETY The DCJS Office of Public Safety s Accreditation Unit administers the day-to-day activities of the program. Unit staff members implement all aspects of the program in accordance with the policies set forth by the Council, which makes program decisions with the ultimate goal of enhancing law enforcement and meeting the needs of law enforcement professionals in the state. They also assist staff of participating agencies. Support for the Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Council Accreditation Unit staff members provide all professional and administrative support to the Council including coordinating the quarterly accreditation council meetings by preparing the agenda, creating the Certificates of Accreditation and providing the council members with information pertinent to matters on which they will vote; drafting new or revised policies based on program needs; providing information regarding issues discussed at meetings; and informing the Council of potential issues with regard to the program. The Unit is responsible for ensuring that the Council meetings follow all Open Meetings laws, including publicizing notice of the meetings; video recording meetings and making them available to the public; and preparing and distributing minutes of the meetings in a timely manner. Support for Agencies The main day-to-day function of the Accreditation Unit is to provide technical assistance and support to agencies pursuing accreditation, as well as those maintaining accreditation. Unit staff members provide information about the accreditation program; help interpret the intent of standards; provide assistance to agencies as they are developing their program; offer feedback on whether the policies developed by an agency comply with accreditation program standards; and provide guidance on ensuring that their program files adequately demonstrate compliance with the standards. Accreditation Unit staff members work with law enforcement agency staff to assist in overcoming obstacles and issues specific to a particular agency so they are successful 4

6 in their efforts to become accredited and work with already accredited agencies to ensure ongoing compliance with program standards. Unit staff members work with agency program staff to determine their readiness for the assessment; oversee the selection of assessors for each assignment; provide information to both the assessors and agency staff to assist them in preparing; and provide general guidance to both agency officials and the assessors throughout the duration of the assessment. They also coordinate all on-site assessments, which are required in order for an agency to become accredited or maintain accreditation. Finally, Accreditation Unit staff members coordinate training for agency program managers, command staff and program assessors. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION The Law Enforcement Accreditation Program is voluntary. At the end of 2014, 145 agencies were accredited, about 26 percent of the approximately 550 law enforcement agencies eligible to participate. Those agencies employ more than half (56 percent) of all New York State law enforcement officers outside of New York City. Under Executive Law, no fees may be imposed on law enforcement agencies that choose to participate in the program; all direct costs are supported by DCJS. In addition, Accreditation Unit staff members offer training to staff involved in preparing their agency for accreditation. The training is designed to offer best practices on program administration and implementation. The Accreditation Unit also provides all program materials and technical assistance to agencies at no cost. Accredited Agency Activity in 2014 The Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Council has the sole authority to award accreditation, voting on accreditation requests at its quarterly meetings. Agencies are accredited for a period of five years. In 2014, the Council awarded accreditation for the first time to four agencies at its meetings in the following months: March: September: December: SUNY Fredonia University Police Department Oswego County Sheriff s Office Seneca Falls Town Police Department Oneonta City Police Department The Council also reaccredited 25 agencies last year: March: Catskill Village Police Department Dobbs Ferry Village Police Department Dryden Village Police Department East Hampton Village Police Department Greece Town Police Department 5

7 Hudson Falls Village Police Department Webster Town Police Department June: September: December: Cheektowaga Town Police Department East Rochester Village Police Department Harrison Town Police Department Hudson City Police Department Quogue Village Police Department Ramapo Town Police Department Shelter Island Town Police Department Woodbury Town Police Department Bedford Town Police Department Guilderland Town Police Department Ossining Village Police Department Peekskill City Police Department Albany City Police Department Brockport Village Police Department Canton Village Police Department Chenango County Sheriff s Office Colonie Town Police Department Suffern Village Police Department Applicant Agencies Another 43 agencies are currently working toward becoming accredited, with nine of them scheduled to undergo their initial assessment in Attachment A details all currently accredited agencies and applicant agencies. There are a total of 197 agencies that are either accredited or actively working toward accreditation. Withdrawn Agencies In 2014, the Skaneateles Village Police Department and Cayuga County Sheriff s Office voluntarily forfeited their accredited status, citing fewer resources as the reason they were unable to maintain the administrative requirements of the program PROGRAM UPS Full Standards Review Since the program s inception, individual accreditation standards have been refined and added to address the most critical aspects of policing to reduce the risk of liability and enhance the professionalism and efficiency of participating agencies. In 2014, the Council convened a Standards Review Committee to conduct a full review of the 133 program standards to ensure they are still current, accurate and relevant. The committee will identify areas for potential consolidation, enhancement, deletions and additions. 6

8 The Committee is comprised of assessors; agency program managers, who are responsible for administering the program within their accredited agencies; and accredited agency command staff. Its members met four times last year and they are expected to make proposals to the Council in early Site Visits The Council adopted a new Site Visit policy in 2014 after a recommendation by the DCJS Office of Internal Audit and Compliance, which conducted an audit of the Accreditation Unit in the first half of The Accreditation Unit developed a procedure to implement those visits that would ensure consistency and equality in the process, as well as provide accredited agencies with an enhanced level of technical assistance, education and guidance. Site visits also will give Accreditation Unit staff the ability to identify agencies that are having challenges maintaining compliance and allow staff to work with those agencies to develop a plan that will assist them in getting back on track. The Unit will begin conducting site visits of all accredited agencies at least once during their period of accreditation beginning in Training In 2014, the Accreditation Unit offered program manager training in Westchester and Oneida counties to approximately 110 program managers, chiefs of police and command staff, and other agency staff. In addition, Assessor training was provided in Albany to 19 assessors, some newly appointed and others who attended as a refresher. PLANS FOR 2015 Plans for the Accreditation Program in 2015 include: The Accreditation Unit will coordinate assessments for 25 accredited agencies due to expire in 2015 and nine others that are scheduled to be assessed for their initial accreditation. The Standards Review Committee will complete its work and make recommendations to the Council. Once the council approves revisions to the standards, an implementation plan will be developed that will give agencies plenty of time to make changes to their policies so they are aligned with the new standards. SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher and University Police Commissioner Bruce McBride are strongly encouraging all eligible SUNY police departments to begin working toward becoming accredited within the next five years. The Accreditation Unit will provide assistance toward this goal. Accreditation Unit staff will offer at least one program manager and at least one assessor training and will work to develop a training course on Maintaining Accreditation. 7

9 CONCLUSION The New York State Law Enforcement Accreditation Program continues to be a source of great pride for the almost 18,000 law enforcement professionals that are members of accredited law enforcement agencies. The accreditation program enhances the effectiveness of an agency; promotes accountability of staff; increases professionalism; and ensures that the agency s policies and practices are current and valid. The Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation Council and the DCJS Office of Public Safety Accreditation Unit are committed to the integrity and longevity of the program through continuous evaluation and enhancement to ensure that it will continue to meet the everchanging needs of law enforcement professionals throughout New York State. 8

10 ATTACHMENT A NYS Law Enforcement Accreditation Program Accredited Agencies through 12/31/14 AGENCY NAME SWORN MEMBERS ACCREDITED REACCREDITED EXPIRES ALBANY CITY PD /9/ /18/ /17/2019 ALBANY CO SO 111 3/4/2003 3/6/2013 3/5/2018 AMHERST TOWN PD 154 3/12/1992 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 BEACON CITY PD 31 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 BEDFORD TOWN PD 40 9/15/1999 9/18/2014 9/17/2019 BETHLEHEM TOWN PD 42 9/20/1990 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 BINGHAMTON CITY PD 123 6/3/1993 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 BRIGHTON TOWN PD 40 9/5/1991 9/13/2011 9/13/2016 BROCKPORT VG PD 18 12/2/ /18/ /17/2019 BROOME CO SO 51 10/23/2001 9/13/2011 9/13/2016 CAMILLUS TOWN PD 29 3/12/1998 3/6/2013 3/5/2018 CANANDAIGUA PD 25 3/4/2010 3/4/2015 CANTON VG PD 8 12/16/ /18/ /17/2019 CATSKILL VG PD 21 3/5/2009 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 CATTARAUGUS CO SO /4/ /5/ /4/2018 CHAUTAUQUA CO SO 103 9/12/2002 9/13/2012 9/12/2017 CHEEKTOWAGA TOWN PD 129 6/2/1994 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 CHEMUNG CO SO 43 3/4/2010 3/4/2015 CHENANGO CO SO 28 12/1/ /18/ /17/2019 CICERO TOWN PD 23 6/5/2003 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 CLARKSTOWN TOWN PD 163 6/4/1998 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 COLONIE TOWN PD /8/ /18/ /17/2019 COLUMBIA CO SO 97 9/13/2007 9/13/2012 9/12/2017 CORNWALL TOWN PD 17 9/8/2005 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 DELAWARE CO SO 28 3/4/2010 3/4/2015 DeWITT TOWN PD 36 6/4/1998 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 DOBBS FERRY VG PD 26 3/24/1994 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 DRYDEN VG PD 14 3/11/1999 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 DUTCHESS CO SO /4/ /13/ /12/2017 EAST FISHKILL TOWN PD 32 9/18/1992 3/8/2012 3/7/2017 EAST HAMPTON TOWN PD 67 3/12/1992 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 EAST HAMPTON VG PD 24 3/5/2009 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 EAST ROCHESTER VG PD 15 6/10/2004 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 EAST SYRACUSE VG PD 15 6/11/2002 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 ELMIRA CITY PD 82 12/6/ /6/ /5/2016 ENDICOTT VG PD 35 12/6/ /2/ /2/2015 ERIE CO SO 141 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 EVANS TOWN PD 29 12/5/ /6/ /5/2016 FAIRPORT VG PD 10 12/5/ /6/ /5/2016 FULTON CITY PD 34 9/24/1998 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 GATES TOWN PD 30 3/12/1992 3/8/2012 3/7/2017 GEDDES TOWN PD 14 9/12/ /6/ /5/2016 GENESEE CO SO 49 12/7/ /7/ /2/2015 GENEVA CITY PD 35 3/9/2006 3/1/2011 3/1/2016 GREECE TOWN PD 99 3/24/1994 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 GREENBURGH TOWN PD 114 3/4/2003 3/6/2013 3/5/2018 GUILDERLAND TOWN PD 33 9/3/2009 9/18/2014 9/17/2019

11 AGENCY NAME NYS Law Enforcement Accreditation Program 2014 Accredited Agencies SWORN MEMBERS ACCREDITED REACCREDITED EXPIRES HARRIMAN VG PD 10 12/13/ /12/2017 HARRISON TOWN PD 60 6/11/2009 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 HORNELL CITY PD 22 12/14/ /6/ /5/2016 HUDSON FALLS VG PD 17 3/24/1994 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 HUDSON CITY PD 25 6/10/1999 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 HUNTINGTON BAY PD 13 6/5/2008 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 IRONDEQUOIT TOWN PD 47 12/5/ /6/ /5/2016 JAMESTOWN CITY PD 56 9/20/1990 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 JOHNSON CITY VG PD 31 9/12/1996 3/8/2012 9/13/2016 JOHNSTOWN CITY PD 24 9/11/1997 9/13/2012 9/12/2017 KINGSTON CITY PD 71 12/6/ /2/ /2/2015 LIVERPOOL VG PD 26 6/14/2001 6/7/2011 6/7/2016 LIVINGSTON CO SO 83 12/4/ /13/ /12/2017 LOCKPORT CITY PD 50 3/6/2013 3/5/2018 MANLIUS TOWN PD 35 9/12/1996 9/13/2011 9/13/2016 MIDDLETOWN CITY PD 66 12/13/ /13/ /12/2017 MONROE CO SO 301 3/12/1992 3/8/2012 3/7/2017 MONROE VG PD 18 6/13/2001 6/7/2011 6/7/2016 MT PLEASANT TOWN PD 42 9/24/1998 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 MT VERNON CITY PD 211 3/9/1995 3/4/2010 3/4/2015 NEW CASTLE TOWN PD 37 3/15/2005 3/4/2010 3/4/2015 NEW ROCHELLE CITY PD 157 6/3/1993 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 NEW WINDSOR TOWN PD 40 6/12/1996 6/7/2011 6/7/2016 NEW YORK STATE POLICE 4,743 2/21/1990 3/4/2010 3/4/2015 NEWBURGH TOWN PD 56 3/8/2012 3/7/2017 NIAGARA COUNTY SO 120 3/8/2001 3/1/2011 3/1/2016 NIAGARA FALLS CITY PD 155 9/4/ /5/2013 9/11/2018 NORTH CASTLE TOWN PD 33 12/7/ /2/ /2/2015 NORTH GREENBUSH TOWN PD 13 12/13/ /12/2017 OGDEN TOWN PD 13 9/5/1991 9/13/2011 9/13/2016 ONEIDA CO SO 79 12/7/ /6/ /5/2016 ONEONTA CITY PD 27 12/18/ /17/2019 ONONDAGA CO SO 221 9/24/1998 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 ONTARIO CO SO 92 6/3/1993 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 ORANGE CO SO /8/ /2/ /2/2015 ORANGETOWN TOWN PD 88 3/13/2007 3/8/2012 3/7/2017 OSSINING VG PD 56 9/2/2004 9/18/2014 9/17/2019 OSWEGO CO SO 87 9/18/2014 9/17/2019 OSWEGO CITY PD 48 9/4/2003 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 OTSEGO CO SO 18 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 PEEKSKILL CITY PD 60 9/3/2009 9/18/2014 9/17/2019 POUGHKEEPSIE TOWN PD 87 3/1/2011 3/1/2016 QUOGUE VG PD 20 6/11/2009 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 RAMAPO TOWN PD 104 6/10/2004 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 RENSSELAER CITY PD 27 6/3/1993 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 RIVERHEAD TOWN PD 91 6/7/2011 6/7/2016 ROCHESTER CITY PD 732 2/21/1990 3/4/2010 3/4/2015

12 AGENCY NAME NYS Law Enforcement Accreditation Program 2014 Accredited Agencies SWORN MEMBERS ACCREDITED REACCREDITED EXPIRES ROCKLAND CO SO 126 3/6/2008 3/6/2013 3/5/2018 ROCKVILLE CENTRE VG PD 53 3/4/1997 3/6/2013 3/5/2018 ROME CITY PD 88 12/4/ /5/ /4/2018 ROTTERDAM TOWN PD 42 12/6/ /6/ /5/2016 RYE CITY PD 35 9/24/1998 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 SARATOGA CO SO /13/ /5/ /4/2018 SAUGERTIES TOWN PD 42 12/5/ /4/2018 SCARSDALE VG PD 45 9/20/1990 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 SENECA COUNTY SO 43 3/1/2011 3/1/2016 SENECA FALLS TOWN PD 32 9/18/2014 9/17/2019 SHELTER IS TOWN PD 10 6/11/2009 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 SOLVAY VG PD 20 3/4/2003 3/6/2013 3/5/2018 SOUTHAMPTON TOWN PD 107 9/24/1998 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 SOUTHAMPTON VG PD 34 9/9/1993 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 ST LAWRENCE CO SO 32 9/5/1991 9/13/2011 9/13/2016 STONY POINT TOWN PD 29 6/5/2003 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 SUNY ONEONTA UNIVERSITY PD 17 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 SUFFERN VG PD 29 12/3/ /18/ /17/2019 SUFFOLK CO PD 2,395 6/2/2005 9/2/2010 6/2/2015 SUFFOLK CO SO 258 9/13/2012 9/12/2017 SUNY ALBANY UNIVERSITY PD 40 6/7/2011 6/7/2016 SUNY ALFRED UNIVERSITY PD 11 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 SUNY BUFFALO STATE COLL PD 33 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 SUNY BUFFALO UNIVERSITY PD 63 12/13/ /13/ /12/2017 SUNY CORTLAND UNIVERSITY PD 19 3/1/2011 3/1/2016 SUNY FREDONIA UNIVERSITY PD 15 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 SUNY STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY PD 80 12/2/ /2/2015 SYRACUSE CITY PD 466 9/17/ /13/ /12/2017 TIOGA CO SO 36 6/4/1998 6/13/2013 6/12/2018 TONAWANDA CITY PD 27 12/5/ /6/ /5/2016 TONAWANDA TOWN PD 101 9/9/1993 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 TROY CITY PD /7/ /2/ /2/2015 TUCKAHOE VG PD 25 9/12/2002 9/13/2012 9/12/2017 ULSTER CO SO 98 12/10/ /13/ /12/2017 ULSTER TOWN PD 33 6/6/2002 6/14/2012 6/13/2017 UTICA CITY PD 177 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 VESTAL TOWN PD 34 3/12/1992 6/14/ /5/2016 WARREN CO SO 71 9/20/1990 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 WASHINGTON CO SO 43 3/8/2007 3/8/2012 3/7/2017 WATERFORD T/V PD 10 9/2/2010 9/2/2015 WATERTOWN CITY PD 62 12/10/ /5/ /4/2018 WAYNE CO SO 60 9/14/2006 9/13/2011 9/13/2016 WEBSTER TOWN PD 28 3/11/1999 3/20/2014 3/19/2019 WELLSVILLE VG PD 18 12/5/ /6/ /5/2016 WEST SENECA TOWN PD 67 9/9/1993 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 WESTCHESTER CO DEPT of PUB SAFETY /10/ /13/ /12/2017 WHITE PLAINS DEPT of PUB SAFETY 209 2/21/1990 3/4/2010 3/4/2015

13 AGENCY NAME NYS Law Enforcement Accreditation Program 2014 Accredited Agencies SWORN MEMBERS ACCREDITED REACCREDITED EXPIRES WOODBURY TOWN PD 20 6/2/1994 6/19/2014 6/18/2019 YATES CO SO 37 12/8/ /2/ /2/2015 YONKERS CITY PD 620 9/4/2003 9/12/2013 9/11/2018 YORKTOWN TOWN PD 58 9/5/1991 9/13/2011 9/13/2016

14 ATTACHMENT A NYS Law Enforcement Accreditation Program Applicant Agencies through 12/31/2014 AGENCY NAME SWORN MEMBERS APPLICATION SUBMITTED APPLICATION RESUBMITTED CENTRE ISLAND VG PD 8 4/9/2014 CHESTER VG PD 17 8/22/2011 CORTLAND CITY PD 43 2/17/2009 4/24/2012 DELHI VG PD 14 12/20/2011 EASTCHESTER TOWN PD 49 8/20/2013 FLORAL PARK VG PD 34 1/1/2012 GENESEO VG PD 12 6/11/2010 GLENS FALLS CITY PD 31 1/12/2011 1/9/2012 GLENVILLE TOWN PD 22 9/4/2012 HAVERSTRAW TOWN PD 73 10/19/2010 HYDE PARK TOWN PD 17 3/7/2011 ITHACA CITY PD 76 4/9/2008 1/20/2014 JEFFERSON COUNTY SO 45 1/14/2013 JORDAN VG PD 7 2/16/2012 KENT TOWN PD 20 10/12/2012 LEWISTON TOWN PD 19 11/1/2014 LLOYD TOWN PD 21 5/16/2006 9/30/2011 MONTGOMERY TOWN PD 32 8/28/2012 NASSAU VG PD 7 9/28/2012 NORTH SYRACUSE VG PD 16 1/1/2014 OLD WESTBURY VG PD 26 1/29/ /6/2014 RENSSELAER COUNTY SO 29 5/9/2014 RYE BROOK VG PD 28 7/13/2009 SPRING VALLEY VG PD 72 3/5/ /14/2011 STEUBEN CO SO 43 12/13/1993 SULLIVAN COUNTY SO 38 9/27/2012 SUNY CANTON UNIVERSITY PD 9 8/20/2010 SUNY COBLESKILL UNIVERSITY PD 10 5/12/2011 SUNY GENESEO UNIVERSITY PD 16 5/7/2014 SUNY FARMINGDALE UNIVERSITY PD 17 6/14/2010 SUNY IT UNIVERSITY PD 11 1/27/2011 SUNY MORRISVILLE UNIVERSITY PD 10 11/9/2011 SUNY NEW PALTZ UNIVERSITY PD 23 9/16/2011 SUNY OLD WESTBURY UNIVERSITY PD 20 10/8/2010 SUNY OSWEGO UNIVERSITY PD 21 6/9/2008 5/28/2014 SUNY PLATTSBURGH UNIVERSITY PD 13 9/23/2010 SUNY POTSDAM UNIVERSITY PD 12 11/4/2013 SUNY PURCHASE UNIVERSITY PD 24 11/19/2010 8/12/2013 TOMPKINS COUNTY SO 40 12/27/2011 WALDEN VG PD 4/29/2011 WATERFRONT COMMISSIONER HARBOR PD 38 6/23/2011 WESTHAMPTON BEACH VG PD 19 4/28/2009 6/10/2014 YORKVILLE VG PD 12 10/23/2012

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